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Red Chinese Battle Plan is an anti-communist China propaganda film that contains powerful footage from China, Vietnam, Cuba, and more during the years 1921-64. It charts the rise of Mao and the People’s Republic government, painting China, “the Yellow Peril,” as more of a threat to the U.S. than even the U.S.S.R. Scenes from China include the young Mao speaking to and leading communist revolutionaries, battles between the Nationalist army and communist guerrilla fighters, posters of Mao and Chiang Kai-shek, a show with dancers and balloons in Peking, Japanese planes bombing Shanghai, Chinese farm workers, starving Chinese peasants, and Chinese leaders signing deals with various world leaders such as Nikita Khrushchev. Though the film possesses an undeniably bombastic and jingoistic tone, it contains valuable documentation of this important time in the history of China.
12 Jul 2009
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Inteveiw with Sergei Khrushchev, Son of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Originally a missile engineer in the USSR, now a U.S. citizen and a frequent commentator for the U.S. media including CNN, NPR, and Newsweek.
10 Feb 2009
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Todays guest is the man who didnt let any of the 20th centurys historic events get lost in translation. Viktor Sukhodrev is the man who was the personal interpreter of Nikita Khrushchev and Leonid Brezhnev, and who also interpreted for Mikhail Gorbachev, Andrey Gromyko, and other Soviet leaders during the sixties, seventies and eighties.
6 Sep 2009
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The American state of Iowa is celebrating the visit 50 years ago of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev. Inspired by the US corn farming industry, Khrushchev ordered corn to be planted all across the USSR.
28 Sep 2009
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The clip teaching and meeting Linda Part 2 from Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993) linda and... linda and me, I guess. come, linda. go get 'em, linda. remember reference? okay. mm-hmm. set? you're open. I saw it coming. uhh! yeah! there you go. you see? It isn't size or strength that matters. It's focus. you all have a chi, an inner spirit. focus and then there's nothing you cannot bend to your will. like you just saw. find your reference points and square off. good. I kinda like this position. then say "yes" to a date. all of us? no, just you and me. why? why? yeah, why? why me? 'cause I already fell for you. premier nikita khrushchev made his first visit to the berlin wall today.
27 Oct 2011
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The clip Linda's secret date from Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993) If you give in to emotion, you can lose yourself. be at one with your emotions... because the body always follows the mind. this is not about winning. this is about perfection. then why all those colored belts? the only thing belts are good for is to hold your pants up. okay, let's spar, shall we? um, linda? linda and... linda and me, I guess. come, linda. go get 'em, linda. remember reference? okay. mm-hmm. set? you're open. I saw it coming. uhh! yeah! there you go. you see? It isn't size or strength that matters. It's focus. you all have a chi, an inner spirit. focus and then there's nothing you cannot bend to your will. like you just saw. find your reference points and square off. good. I kinda like this position. then say "yes" to a date. all of us? no, just you and me. why? why? yeah, why? why me? 'cause I already fell for you. premier nikita khrushchev made his first visit to the berlin wall today. with his entourage, he surveyed the structure... which has made a division- bye, mom! I'm going bowling! I'm not deaf. I'm sorry. you're going where? I'm going bowling. have fun. not too late, now. okay. nope. bowling, for christ's sakes, emery? couldn't you think of something better? bowling? give me a break, sherry. I needed the bag. hey, watch that upholstery! It's my father's car. okay! watch the road! I don't believe you.
27 Oct 2011
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Joseph Stalin death and funeral The funeral of Joseph "Iosif" Stalin (Ио́сиф Виссарио́нович Джугашви́ли) in 1953. Joseph Stalin Josef Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili იოსებ ბესარიონის ძე ჯუღაშვილი Ioseb Besarionis Dze Jughashvili Ио́сиф Виссарио́нович Джугашви́ли Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili Иосиф Сталин On March 1, 1953, after an all-night dinner with interior minister Lavrenty Beria and future premiers Georgi Malenkov, Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev, Stalin did not emerge from his room the next day, having probably suffered a stroke that paralyzed the right side of his body. Although his guards thought that it was odd for him not to rise at his usual time, they were under orders not to disturb him. He was not discovered until that evening. He died four days later, on March 5, 1953, at the age of 74, and was buried on March 9.
4 Nov 2011
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والله زمان ياسلاحى والنشيد من تاليف صلاح جاهين وتلحين كمال الطويل وغناء ام كلثوم وكان عبارة عن اغنية حماسيه شاعت فى عام 1956 وقت العدوان الثلاثى على مصر وقد تم اعتماده واستبداله بالسلام الملكى المصرى عام 1960 (تاريخ الوحدة المصرية السورية )وظل مستخدما حتى عام 1979 والمقطع الذى تم اعتماده كسلاما وطنيا مصريا تقول كلمات و الله زمان يا سلاحى اشتقت لك فى كفاحى انطق و قول أنا صاحى يا حــرب و الله زمان و الله زمان ع الجنود زاحفة بترعد رعود حالفة تروح لم تعود الا بنصر الزمان ومن الطريف ان السلام الجمهور المصرى ( والله زمان ياسلاحى ) قد استخدم كسلاما وطنيا لدولة العراق فى الفترة من 1965 حتى 1981 Presented here is the national anthem of Egypt juring the era of the Late presedent Colonel Gamal Abdel Nasser who ruled from 1954-1970 [though effectively ruling Egypt since 1952].The date of the adoption of this anthem is controversial although widely beleived to be in 1960.It remained in place until it was substituted by the current anthem [beladi beladi] in 1979 . The presented photos are as follows 1. Nasser with Mohamed Naguib,the first appointed presedent of Egypt 2. Nasser 3. President Nasser with Sheikh Shaltot in 1961 4. President Nasser with Nixon in Cairo in 1963 5. Nasser with Nikita Khrushchev in a private train from Cairo to Alexandria 6. Nasser and Khrushchev in May 1964 7. President Nasser with members of the Algerian resistance Gamilla Bohriad and Zahra Bozraif in Cairo in 1962 8.Nasser with former Algerian presedent [Ahmed Ben Bella] 9. Nasser with General Francisco Franco of Spain 10. Nasser and Sadat 11. Nasser with both king Faysal of Saudi Arabia and Yasser Arafat of PLO. Many photos were adopted from *******
16 Nov 2012
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2/3 Ground effect vehicles are likewise limited. Like conventional aircraft, greater power is needed for takeoff, which like a seaplane must first get on the step, breaking the suction of the water which holds it down, before accelerating to flight speed. Careful design, and usually multiple redesigns of hullforms that are still more art than science is required to get this right, increasing engineering costs for ground effect vehicles with short production runs. For the ground effect vehicle to work, its hull needs to be stable enough longitudinally to be controllable, yet not so stable it can't be pulled off the water, while the bottom must be formed to avoid excessive pressures on landing and taking off, without sacrificing lateral stability too badly, and finally it must not create too much spray, which damages the airframe and the engines. The Russian Ekranoplans show evidence of fixes for just these problems in the form of multiple chines on the forward part of the hull undersides, and in the forward location of the jet engines. Finally, limited utility has kept production levels low where it has been impossible to amortize development costs sufficiently to make them competitive with conventional aircraft. History: By the 1920s, the "ground effect" phenomenon was well-known, as pilots found that their airplanes appeared to become more efficient as they neared the runway during landing. In 1934 the US National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics issued Technical Memorandum 771, Ground Effect on the Takeoff and Landing of Airplanes, which was a translation into English of a summary of research up to that point on the subject. The French author Maurice Le Sueur had added a suggestion based on this phenomenon: "Here the imagination of inventors is offered a vast field. The ground interference reduces the power required for level flight in large proportions, so here is a means of rapid and at the same time economic locomotion: Design an airplane which is always within the ground-interference zone. At first glance this apparatus is dangerous because the ground is uneven and the altitude called skimming permits no freedom of maneuver. But on large-sized aircraft, over water, the question may be attempted ..."[2] Small numbers of experimental vehicles were built in Scandinavia and Finland[citation needed], just before World War II. By the 1960s, the technology started to improve, in large part due to the independent contributions of Rostislav Alexeyev in the Soviet Union[3] and German Alexander Lippisch, working in the United States. Alexeyev worked from his background as a ship designer whereas Lippisch worked as an aeronautical engineer. The influence of Alexeyev and Lippisch is still noticeable in most GEV vehicles seen today. Soviet Union GEVs [edit] Led by Alexeyev, the Soviet Central Hydrofoil Design Bureau (Russian: ЦКБ СПК) was the center of ground-effect craft development in the USSR; in Russian, the vehicle came to be known as an Ekranoplan (Russian: экранопла́н, экран "screen" + план "plane", from эффект экрана, literally in Russian "screen effect", for "ground effect" in English). The military potential for such a craft was soon recognized and Alexeyev received support and financial resources from Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev. Some manned and unmanned prototypes were built, ranging up to eight tons in displacement. This led to the development of a 550-ton military ekranoplan of 73 m (240 feet) length. The craft was dubbed the "Caspian Sea Monster" by U.S. intelligence experts, after a huge, unknown craft was spotted on satellite reconnaissance photos of the Caspian Sea area in the 1960s. With its short wings, it looked airplane-like in planform, but would obviously be incapable of flight. Although it was designed to travel a maximum of 3 m (9.8 ft) above the sea, it was found to be most efficient at 20 m (66 ft), reaching a top speed of 300 kn (560 km/h; 350 mph) to 400 kn (740 km/h; 460 mph) in research flights. The Soviet ekranoplan program continued with the support of Minister of Defence Dmitriy Ustinov. It produced the most successful ekranoplan so far, the 125-ton A-90 Orlyonok. These craft were originally developed as high-speed military transports, and were usually based on the shores of the Caspian Sea and Black Sea. The Soviet Navy ordered 120 Orlyonok-class ekranoplans, but this figure was later reduced to fewer than 30 vessels, with planned deployment mainly in the Black Sea and Baltic Sea fleets. A few Orlyonoks served with the Soviet Navy from 1979 to 1992. In 1987, the 400-ton Lun-class ekranoplan was built as a missile launcher. A second Lun, renamed Spasatel, was laid down as a rescue vessel, but was never finished. The two major problems that the Soviet ekranoplans faced were poor longitudinal stability and a need for reliable navigation.
9 Oct 2013
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More images of nuclear tests: ************/TheCentralnuclear Fragmento "TRINITY AND BEYOND, THE ATOMIC BOMB MOVIE" dirigida por Peter Kuran y narrado por William Shatner. Operation Dominic was a series of 36 nuclear test explosions with a 38.1 Mt total yield conducted in 1962 by the United States in the Pacific. This test series was scheduled quickly, in order to respond in kind to the Soviet resumption of testing after the tacit 1958-1961 test moratorium. Most of these shots were conducted with free-fall bombs dropped from B-52 bomber aircraft. Twenty of these shots were to test new weapons designs; six to test weapons effects; and several shots to confirm the reliability of existing weapons. The Thor missile was also used to lift warheads into near-space to conduct high altitude nuclear explosion tests; these shots were collectively called Operation Fishbowl. While Operation Fishbowl was administratively part of Dominic, it has its own Wikipedia page: Operation Fishbowl. Operation Dominic occurred during a period of high Cold War tension between the United States and the Soviet Union, since the Cuban Bay of Pigs Invasion had occurred not long before. Nikita Khrushchev announced the end of a three-year moratorium on nuclear testing on 30 August 1961, and Soviet tests recommenced on 1 September, initiating a series of tests that included the detonation of Tsar Bomba. President John F. Kennedy responded by authorizing Operation Dominic. It was the largest nuclear weapons testing program ever conducted by the United States, and the last atmospheric test series conducted by the U.S., as the Limited Test Ban Treaty was signed in Moscow the following year. The operation appears to have been undertaken by Joint Task Force 8 High-altitude nuclear explosions (HANE) have historically been nuclear explosions which take place above altitudes of 30 km, still inside the Earth's atmosphere. Such explosions have been tests of nuclear weapons, used to determine the effects of the blast and radiation in the exoatmospheric environment. The highest was at an altitude of 540 km (335.5 mi). The only nations to detonate nuclear weapons in outer space are the United States and the Soviet Union. The U.S. program began in 1958 with the Hardtack Teak and Hardtack Orange shots, both 3.8 megatons. These warheads were initially carried on Redstone rockets. Later tests were delivered by Thor missiles for Operation Dominic I tests, and modified Lockheed X-17 missiles for the Argus tests. The purpose of the shots was to determine both feasibility of nuclear weapons as an anti-ballistic missile defense, as well as a means to defeat satellites and manned orbiting vehicles in space. High-altitude nuclear blasts produce significantly different effects. In the lower reaches of vacuous space, the resulting fireball grows much larger and faster than it does near the ground, and the radiation it emits travels much farther.
21 Feb 2015
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